That clears thing up a bit. There is a lot of ammo that fits into the .32 range.I am sorry...I was in a hurry and not clear. The revolver is a H&R .32 top break manufactured in 1895 and chambered for .32 S&W shorts in black powder. The revolver is in excellent condition but I will not fire modern ammo through it and have no reloading skills, experience or gear.
What I would like to find is a source for a couple of boxes of .32S&W shorts loaded for black powder so as to let me at least shoot the thing a bit.
This is the revolverI buy these and restore them, and have had many of them over the years and all I ever shoot in them is Remmington 32 S&W 88 gr.lead RN. I just shot 5 rounds two days ago. These are more accurate than they claim to be. I've read the suicde articles on these guns and as long as my gun looks in good shape and locks up good , I shoot it. I've seen pictures of new guns that blew up.
No, it was manufactured in 1895...I did an extensive check after I bought it and consulted a couple of experts...That pistol was built in the 1940`s or 50`s...........What is the serial # ?
Pretty sure that is a modern ammunition pistol.